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361 – Dec. 27 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Results of Baptist missions in Italy   1832 – Dr. George Boardman Taylor was born, and when the call came for service in Italy he was already forty-one years of age. By then he had been educated at the University of Virginia and had served as pastor of churches in Baltimore, MD, and Staunton, VA. He was a chaplain during…

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304 – Oct. 31 – This Day in Baptist History Past

A recipe for an Anabaptist 1771 – Notice that appeared in the Virginia Gazette: A Recipe to Make an Anabaptist Preacher in Two Days Time Take the Herbs of Hypocrisy and Ambition, of each an Handful, of the Spirit of Pride two Drams, of the Seed of Dissention and Discord one Ounce, of the Flower of Formality three Scruples, of…

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245 – Sept. 02 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Jailed as a “Southern Man” 1824 – William Francis Luck, originally from Campbell County, Virginia, married Elizabeth McGann, and they later emigrated to Wilson, County, Tenn. The Separate Baptists had immersed that area with the Gospel through Rev. Tidence Lane. William was one of those who was saved at a Baptist camp meeting, and joined the Pleasant Valley Church of…

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Exposing The Greatest Crime in American History

CHAPTER 14_WANTA ! BLACK SWAN, WHITE HAT by Marilyn MacGruder Barnewall http://wantarevelations.com/wanta-black-swan-white-hat/   (This was sent to all heads of state including the President, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and many more as seen below.  Our government, both Republican and Democrat, is a criminal enterprise and they hate the American people as seen by the testimony below.  Don’t listen…

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220 – August 08 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Elder John Leland 1st Amendment – The Baptist influence  1789 – The General Committee of Virginia Baptists wrote a letter to President George Washington commending him on his election and explaining again their position on religious liberty.  In it they stated the reason they were reluctant to support the U.S. Constitution was the absence of the security of religious freedom…

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216 – Aug. 04 – This Day in Baptist History Past

He soon preached the gospel 1744 – Elder Eleazer Clay was was born in Virginia.  He received Christ as Savior in August of 1771, joined the Baptist church and was soon preaching the gospel. He came to Chesterfield County and built a meetinghouse and started the first Baptist church in that area.  He stayed there for over sixty years!  He went…

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194 – July 13 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Why Baptists are “teetotalers” William Rufus Powell was born into a godly home on Nov. 13, 1808, where daily devotions were conducted by his father. That home was the center of spiritual activity as visiting preachers would stay in the “prophet’s chamber.” Tragically his mother died when he was only eight and his father and older sisters did their best…

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75 – March 16 – THIS DAY IN BAPTIST HISTORY PAST

75 – March 16   Despise Not Thy Youth Thomas Hume was born March 16, 1812, into the home of a Presbyterian pastor.  While Thomas was a youth, his father passed away while preaching!  When Thomas was eighteen he made a profession of faith, but delayed public confession that he might study the Scriptural demands of church membership.  Amazingly, his newly-formed convictions…

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Guillotines and Prison Camps in America? Ready for Marshall Law?

Why does the US government need 30,000 Guillotines and over 600 Million rounds of hollow point bullets? There are over 800 prison camps in the United States. All fully operational and ready to receive prisoners. They are all staffed and even surrounded by full-time guards. But they are all empty. These camps are to be operated by FEMA (Federal Emergency…

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55 – Feb. 24 – THIS DAY IN BAPTIST HISTORY PAST

Shine as the Stars    How unlikely that a pastor who lived his entire life from birth to death in a rural area would ever have such godly influence as to baptize almost 5,000 people.  In the country churchyard of Bethel Baptist Church in Charlotte County, Virginia, a modest grave marker designates the resting place of the body of the…

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